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Girne Villas To Rent

Girne as a full service agency sourcing an outstanding range of properties for sale in some of North Cyprus’ most desirable areas.

Initially established in 1985, the whole team at Ian Smith has worked tirelessly to help establish a reputation for excellence. From the level of service we offer to the quality of properties in our portfolio, we strongly believe that we are the premier North Cyprus estate agents.

We pride ourselves on our ability to offer clear and straightforward advice regarding property investment and as such we are now clearly the first choice for many people when looking for property in Girne.

Why Rent with Us? - Property Rentals in Girne

If you are looking to rent a property in North Cyprus please visit our Rental Properties for our current selection.

Reasons to rent with and through Ian Smith Estates

  • Long Term Rentals (ie: a minimum of 6-months) undertaken since 2010
  • No rent no fee
  • Friendly English and Turkish speaking staff who will advise as to the likely rental income
  • As a standard service, we will prepare property details, market and advertise
  • Undertake accompanied viewings
  • Negotiate rent and terms and draw up Tenancy Agreement
  • We will adhere strictly and stringently to any Landlord requirements
  • We offer an optional Property Management Service
  • As Property Managers we will ensure collection of rental income and payment of Government taxes each month
  • Colour Rental Brochure
  • Inclusion in North Cyprus’ Property
  • NC exhibitions
  • Local advertising
  • Full colour A4 window display
  • Straight talking and honest advice

All You Need To Know About Kyrenia

With its 6,000 year long history, unique remains of countless civilisations, miles of natural beaches, calm sea, and mild climate is an idyllic Mediterranean town. Bounded to the north by the sea and to the south by the greenery of the Besparmak (Fivefinger) Mountain range, it offers the most magnificent scenery on the island.

With the backdrop of the jagged mountains behind and the calm sparkling sea in front, the harbour has an intoxicatingly serene atmosphere. Kyrenia is an easy place to while away any time of the day... exploring shops, markets and local cafés in late morning, strolling in the narrow cobbled alleys behind the harbour in the afternoon, or stepping out for a brisk walk along the promenade and sea wall in the evening.

Kyrenia Castle Overlooking the entrance to the harbour is Kyrenia Castle. Dating from the time of the Byzantines, its massive defences surround a complex mixture of building styles from centuries before and it is likely that there was a Roman fort here originally.

Subsequently enlarged and strengthened by the Lusignans and then the Venetians, the castle is now home to many historical artefacts and is the current resting-place of the world's oldest shipwreck.

As the sun sets, Kyrenia harbour again becomes the focus of activity as the locals take their evening stroll and the cafés and bistros that face the sea prepare for their nightly trade. Crisp white linen and small vases of local flowers are lovingly arranged on tabletops to welcome the evening's guests to wine and dine in the cooling breeze.

The promenade has been turned into a pedestrian zone, and chic pavement cafes and restaurants conceal their kitchens behind elegant Venetian façades. Memorable evenings can be enjoyed in the restaurants and cafes, with the candlelight reflecting softly on the water and the gentle strumming of guitar music wafting out across the harbour. Why not try Turkish Coffee at a local coffee-house over a chat with the locals. There are several mosques and churches to see in the town, well worth a visit.

Further Information

If you would like any further information regarding the Girne villas to rent available through Ian Smith, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on either Tel. No. (00 90 392) 822 4053 or via e-mail at and we’ll be happy to answer any of your questions.

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